June 28, 2012
Counter Islamists with Citizenship
Hussein Ibish, NOW Lebanon
There can be little doubt that the victory in the Egyptian presidential election of the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Mohammed Morsi, represents the greatest single victory in the history of the Islamist movements in the Arab world. So, how should non-Islamist Arabs—including secularists, leftists, nationalists, traditional or mystical Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities, or simply the rational—react to this dramatic development? First, don't overstate the problem.
TAGGED: Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt, Islamist